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Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID)

Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID)

Among the top design institutes in India, Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID) is a rarity. Founded with the aim to outclass the top design colleges in India with its state of the art labs and hands-on creative learning, it seeks to create trendsetters and ideators who’ll lead the future of design schools in India. UID stands apart from other B. Design colleges in India in exposure it offers to students which is unmatched by top design colleges in India. Precisely why its popularity grew among design institutes in India in a short span of time.

Office of the Director
Jayanti Panchal - Member of Karnavati University

Jayantilal Panchal

Director

Professor Mechanical Engineer Advance training in Industrial Design (Fellowship-Ford Foundation) at Gugelot Design GMBH, New Ulm, West Germany Designing in Fine Metals (Fellowship-UNDP), Gewarb Schule fur Angewedest Kunst, Vienna, Austria Ex-Principal Designer, NID

Surojit Bose - Faculty Of Karnavati University

Col. Surojit Bose (retd.)

Director - Academics, Administration & International Collaboration

MBA (HR & Marketing), IP University, New Delhi

Amit Gajjar - Faculty of Karnavati University

Amit Gajjar

Mentor

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KK Singh

Director - Academics & Administration

M.Sc. (Applied Maths), B.Ed. Former Executive Member, Food Corporation of India

Dr. Vinod Shanbhag

Chair - Academic Quality & Standard Assurance

B Tech - IIT Madras, MBA IIM Ahmedabad

Sumita Sarkar

Academic Mentor

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Siddhant Shah

Consultant - International Relations & Academics

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CSD (Career Service Department)
Meraya - Faculty at Karnavati University

Miraya Sharma

Manager - CSD

B.Com. (Guj. Uni.)

Dipal Gajjar

Manager - Corporate Relations

Masters in Human Resource

UWW / Students Relation
Kakoli Biswas - Faculty of Karnavati University

Kakoli Biswas

UWW (Chair Portfolio)

PG Diploma (Textile Design & Development), NIFT, New Delhi B.F.A.  Banaras Hindu University

Academic Administration

Tanu Singh

Senior Manager, Academic Administration

Manisha Kumari

Senior Administration

Bhuvanchandra Khulavai

Sr. Academic Coordinator

Paras Vinod Doulatramani

Assistant Manager, Academic Coordinator

Aarti Anand Desai

Academic Coordinator

Anushree Mehta

Academic Coordinator

Pradeep Kumar Sharma

Academic Coordinator

Priyanka Mamtora

Academic Coordinator

Kedar Vipin Raval

Coordinator

Foundation Department
Member of Karnavati University

Vivek Karmokar

HoD - Foundation Dept.

MFA  - Sculpture (Delhi University); BFA - Sculpture (Delhi University)

Paresh Chatterjee

Associate Director

PG  - Textile Design (NID, Ahmedabad); B.F.A. - Painting & Sculpture (Shantiniketan, West Bengal)

Mukesh Singh - Faculty of Karnavati University

Mukesh Singh

Assistant Director - Foundation Dept.

MFA - Painting, MS University, Baroda; BFA - Painting, MS University, Baroda

Saumya Bandyopadhyay - Member at Karnavati University

Saumya Bandyopadhyay

Assistant Director - Foundation Dept.

M.F.A., (Creative Sculpture) College of Art, University of Delhi; B.F.A., (Modelling & Sculpture) Govt. College of Art & Craft, University of Calcutta; B. Com(H), (Accountancy), City college of Business Administration, University of Calcutta

Dr. Vibha Kalaiya

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (Clothing & Textiles), M S University, Baroda; M.F.C.Sc. (Clothing & Textiles), M S University, Baroda; B.F.C.Sc. (Clothing & Textiles), M S University, Baroda; Faculty Trainee, DTDP at NID, Ahmedabad

Ramesh Suthar

Associate Professor

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Govt. Polytechnic, Ahmedabad)

Robin Makvana

Associate Professor

B.Des. - Lifestyle & Accessory Design, (NIFT, Gandhinagar); Electrical Engineering, LE College, Morbi

Aditya Chauhan

Assistant Professor

B.Des. - Fashion and Apparel Design (NIFT, Gandhinagar)

Danish Rizvi

Assistant Professor

B.Des. (Product Design), NID Ahmedabad

Kiran Jha

Assistant Professor

M.Phil. - Diaspora Studies (Central University of Gujarat); M.F.M. (NIFT, Bhubneshwar); M.A. (Rabindra Bharti University, Kolkata); B.A. (University Of Burdwan)

Ravi Sachula

Assistant Professor

M.F.A. (Drawing & Painting), M.J. College, Jalgaon; Diploma in Drawing & Painting (C.N. College of Fine Arts, Ahmedabad)

Ruparas Singh

Assistant Professor

B.Des. - Transportation and Automobile Design (MIT institute of Design, Pune) (2017)

Sudip Dutta

Assistant Professor

Post Diploma - Creative Painting (MS University - Baroda)

Susmita Dutta

Assistant Professor

M.Des. (Textile Design), NID Ahmedabad; B.V.A. (Textile Design), Govt. College of Art & Craft, Kolkata

Tanushree Ghosh

Assistant Professor

MVA (Painting), Govt. College of Art and Craft, Kolkata; BVA (Painting), Govt. College of Art and Craft, Kolkata

Vipul Prajapati

Assistant Professor

M.F.A. (Drawing & Painting), M.J. College, Jalgaon; Diploma in Drawing & Painting (C.N. College of Fine Arts, Ahmedabad)

Viraj N Wadia

Assistant Professor

B. Arch., Arvind Patel School of Environmental Design, Vallabh Vidyanagar

Yuti Devale

Assistant Professor

BFA in Applied Art; Diploma in Applied Art, L.S Rahein School of Art, Mumbai

Sudip Adhikary

Adjunct Faculty

M.Des. (IIT-Bombay), B.Tech.

Manish Solanki

Junior Faculty

M.F.A. (Drawing & Painting), M.J. College, Jalgaon; Diploma in Drawing & Painting (C.N. College of Fine Arts, Ahmedabad)

Krupa Mistry

Lecturer

M.V.A, Creative Sculpture (MSU, Vadodara); B.V.A, Sculpture (MSU, Vadodara)

School of Communication Design

Visual Communication (Graphics)

Lolita Dutta

Associate Director

M.Des Visual Communication (Exhibition Design), NID

Rahul Bhattacharya

Associate Professor

M.F.A. (MS University), B.F.A. (MS University)

Dr. Sudhanya Mukherjee

Associate Professor

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Abhrojit Boral

Assistant Professor

M.A. (University for the Creative Arts); B.Des (NIFT)

Hardik Pancholi

Assistant Professor

PG Diploma (Applied Arts-Specialization in Illustration), MS University, Baroda Diploma (Applied Arts), Sheth C.N. College of Fine Arts, Ahmedabad

Khemraj Kala

Assistant Professor

MBA in Retail & Marketing management; Graduate Degree, Exhibition Design & Spatial Experience (NID)

Rajeev Kumar

Assistant Professor

B.Des Fashion Design (NIFT, Mumbai), Degree in Fine Arts (Chitra Visharad, Lalit Kala Mahavidayla Chandigardh Uni.)

Sambit Pradhan

Assistant Professor

PG Diploma Lifestyle Accessories (NID) B.Arch, College of Engineering & Technology, Bhubaneshwar

Sundar Mahalingam

Assistant Professor

B.Sc. VC (Bharatiyar Uni., Coimbatore)

Yatra Khan

Assistant Professor

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Sumedha Garg

Adjunct Faculty

Masters in Narrative Environment (Central Saint Martin, London)

Animation & Motion Graphics

Debjani Mukherjee

Additional HoD

Ph.D., M. Des., B.Sc. | Research Scholar at IDC - IIT Mumbai

Anjali Nayar

Assistant Professor

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R Seshadri Ayengar

Assistant Professor

B.Sc., Multimedia & Animation (MS University)

Hirock Roy

Assistant Professor

Masters in Animation & Vfx, Visharad in Hindustani classical music

Ranjeetha Rajeevan

Assistant Professor

B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering; MBA

Saptarshi Dey

B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering; MBA in Advertising and Media; Diploma in classical 2D animation

Rohit Karan Dabhi

Adjunct Faculty

M.Des Animation Film Design (NID Ahmedabad), B.Sc Information Technology (RD National Mumbai University)

Supriya Tirkey

Adjunct Faculty

M.Des Animation Film Design (NID Ahmedabad), BBM Marketing (SBMJC-CMS Bangalore)

School of Interior Design

Interior Design

Hariesh K. Sankaran

Associate Director

M.Sc. in Architecture (Urban Landscapes), Milan, Italy M.Des (Industrial Design), Domus Academy + University Of Wales, Milan, Italy B.Arch., Madras University, Chennai

Kishori Dalwadi

Assistant Director – Interior Design Dept.

M.U.P. – Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan; B. Arch. – Arvind Patel Institute of Environmental Design, Vallabh Vidyanagar

Dr. Bhavesh Shah

PhD Guide

Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee; M.Arch. (Design and Computation), University of California, USA; M.Des. (Visual Communication), Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai; B.Arch. – Arvind Patel Institute of Environmental Design, Vallabh Vidyanagar

Timcy Mehta

Associate Professor

M. Arch. (Interior Design), Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture & Fine Arts University, Hyderabad; B. Arch., Jawaharlal Nehru Technical University, Hyderabad

Kriti Malkani

Assistant Professor

B.I.D., School of Interior Design, CEPT University, Ahmedabad

Mira Patel

Assistant Professor

Masters in Planning, Bachelors in Architecture & Interior Design

Ruchita Mistry

Assistant Professor

M.U.P., Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan; B.Arch., Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda

Shweta Tiwari

Assistant Professor

B.I.D., School of Interior Design, CEPT University, Ahmedabad

Zankruti Raval

Assistant Professor

Masters in Interior, Architecture and Design; Bachelors in Architecture

Ankita Trivedi

Adjunct Faculty

M.A., (Narrative Environments) Central Saint Martin's University of the Arts, London; B.I.D., School of Interior Design, CEPT University, Ahmedabad

School of Fashion Design

Fashion Design

Taruna Vasu

Associate Director

PhD (pursuing) in Dept of Fashion and Textiles at IIS University; M.A. Drawing and Painting - Rajasthan University; Undergraduate Diploma in Fashion Design, NIFT Gandhinagar; PGCHE from NTU, UK

Ajay Bisht

Assistant Director

M. Des. (NIFT)

Seema Choudhary

Associate Professor

PG Diploma in Fashion Design; M.A. Fashion & Textiles, B.A. (Hons.) Economics

Anahita Suri

Assistant Professor

B.Des. - Fashion Design (Otago, New Zealand)(Collaborative Learning & Laureate Faculty in the 21st Century, Laureate International University)

Badal Kumar

Assistant Professor

B.Des. Fashion Design, (NIIFT, Punjab)

Meenakshi

Assistant Professor

M.Des (NIFT Mumbai); B.Tech. Fashion & Apparel (MDU Rohtak); Diploma in Fashion Design (GPW Faridabad)

Mitali Kapoor

Assistant Professor

M.Des. Apparel Design (NID); B.Des. Fashion Design (NIFT)

Pritam Saha

Assistant Professor

B.Des. Integrated Textile and Apparel Design (NID, Ahmedabad)

Ranjan Kumar

Assistant Professor

B.Des. Fashion Design (NIFT, Gandhinagar)

Rebecca D’Souza

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (Pursuing), Fashion Business Management (LIGS University, Hawaii); Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design & Technology (Middlesex University, London)

Sharmishtha Sunil Salunke

Assistant Professor

MA Illustration; BA English; Fashion Design (INIFD); Fashion Styling (LST, London); UG Product Design

Priyalakshmi Kanotra

Adjunct Faculty

M.Des. Design Space (NIFT, New Delhi); B.Des. Knitwear Design (NIFT, Kannur)

Tarang Maheshwari

Adjunct Faculty

Diploma in Fashion Design (NIFT, New Delhi)

Textile & Knitwear Design
Kakoli Biswas - Faculty of Karnavati University

Kakoli Biswas

Associate Professor

PG Diploma (Textile Design & Development), NIFT, New Delhi B.F.A.  Banaras Hindu University

Paresh Chatterjee

Associate Director

PG  - Textile Design (NID, Ahmedabad); B.F.A. - Painting & Sculpture (Shantiniketan, West Bengal)

Pritam Singh - Member Of Karnavati University

Pritam Singh

Assistant Professor

M.Des. - Apparel Design (NID Gandhinagar); B.Des. - Knitwear Design (NIFT, New Delhi)

Dr. Vibha Kalaiya

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (Clothing & Textiles), M S University, Baroda; M.F.C.Sc. (Clothing & Textiles), M S University, Baroda; B.F.C.Sc. (Clothing & Textiles), M S University, Baroda; Faculty Trainee, DTDP at NID, Ahmedabad

Lifestyle Accessory Design

Ajay Chaudhary

Associate Director

M.Des. (Textile Design), NID Ahmedabad

Rudrajit Bose

Assistant Director

Design Graduate, (NIFT, New Delhi); Graduate Gemologist (GIA, California)

Manu Joshi

Associate Professor

Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (P.G.C.H.E.), Nottingham Trent University (U.K.); B.A., Lifestyle and Accessory, NIFT Delhi

Sudeep Rawat

Associate Professor

Masters in Leather Garment Design & Technology (NIFT, Delhi); B.Com, University of Pune

Aritra Roy

Assistant Professor

M.Des. – Industrial Design (Ceramic and Glass) (NID, Ahmedabad); B.F.A. – Ceramic and Glass, Shanti Niketan, Viswa Bharati University

Sarban Chowdhury

Assistant Professor

M.F.A, Ceramic and Glass Design, Kolkata; B.F.A ,Ceramic Art and Design (Govt. College of Art & Craft, Kolkata)

Shweta Rai

Assistant Professor

B.Des. - Jewellery Design (Pearl Academy, Jaipur)

Kavita Chauhan

Adjunct Faculty

Graduate in Fashion & Lifestyle Accessory, NIFT, Gandhinagar

Kumud

Lecturer

B.Des. - Fashion and Lifestyle (NIFT, Gandhinagar)

School of Industrial Design

Product Design

Shyambihari Prajapati

Assistant Director & Associate Professor

M.Des- Design, IIT Guwahati; BE Mechanical - North Maharashtra University

Aditya Lingam

Assistant Professor

MS Product Design - La Sapienza University di Roma (ITALY), B.Tech Mechanical

Dr. Arunachalam Muthiah

Assistant Professor

PhD (Design)- IIT Guwahati; M.E (Product Design and Commerce) - Anna University; B.E (Automobile engineering) - Anna University

Ramesh Suthar

Associate Professor

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Govt. Polytechnic, Ahmedabad)

Sharad Shetty

Assistant Professor

M. Tech (Embedded System), MIT Manipal; BE Electronics

Udit Bhattacharya

Assistant Professor

M.Des Product Design (NID), B.Tech. Mech. Eng. (Manav Rachna International Uni.)

Varshin Niranjanbhai Vala

Assistant Professor

M.Des- Industrial Design, Anant University (pursuing); Diploma in Interior Design; B.Com

Danish Rizvi

Assistant Professor

B.Des. (Product Design), NID Ahmedabad

Saumitra Shrikant Vaidya

Adjunct Faculty

PG Diploma- Product Design (MIT ID Pune); B.Des- Automotive (Coventry University, UK)

Umang Shah

Adjunct Faculty

M.Des (IIT-Kanpur); B.E. (L.D. College of Engineering)

Sudip Adhikary

Adjunct Faculty

M.Des. (IIT-Bombay), B.Tech.

Interaction Design

Shyambihari Prajapati

Assistant Director & Associate Professor

M.Des- Design, IIT Guwahati; BE Mechanical - North Maharashtra University

Dr. Saurabh Kumar

Assistant Director & Professor

PhD; Executive Post Graduate Diploma; PG in Strategic Design Management; UG in Accessory Design, NIFT New Delhi

Dr. Arunachalam Muthiah

Assistant Professor

PhD (Design)- IIT Guwahati; M.E (Product Design and Commerce) - Anna University; B.E (Automobile engineering) - Anna University

Udit Bhattacharya

Assistant Professor

M.Des Product Design (NID), B.Tech. Mech. Eng. (Manav Rachna International Uni.)

Automobile & Transportation Design

Ashish Nar

Associate Professor & Dean

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Harish CB

Head of Department and Associate Professor

M.Des. - Industrial Design (IDC, IIT Bombay), B.Tech. - Computer Science & Engineering (College of Engineering - Chengannur)

Abhineet Kaushik

Assistant Professor

B.Des Transportation Design, Italy

Harshil Dharia

Assistant Professor

PG Diploma in Digital Modelling (Digital Sculpting) (DYPDC, Pune); Diploma in Automobile Engineering (PIET, Baroda)

Rakesh Sharma

Assistant Professor

B.A., Rajasthan Univ. ITI (Carpentry), Directorate of Technical Education, Jodhpur

Navneet Kumar

Assistant Professor

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Workshop

Workshop

Paras Parmar – HOD, Workshop

Head of Department

M.Des. (Furniture & Interior Design), NID B.E. (Mechanical), C U Shah College of Engineering, Gujarat

Prakash Suthar

Senior Lab Assistant

Model Making Programme (NID)

Jidin Raj – Assistant Professor, Workshop

Assistant Professor

Diploma (Tool and Die Making, Tool Room Engineering), NTTF

Ketankumar Kapadia

Lab Assistant, Textile & Knit Design Department

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Ravindra Prasad

Lab Assistant, Textile & Knit Design Department

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Shivlal Kalsara

Model Developer

ITI Carpentry / Training in NID

Biswajeet Upadhyay

Lab Technician, Textile & Knit Design Department

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Nimesh Gajjar

Model Developer

Secondary with Technical Study

Jeet Das

Lab Technician , Textile & Knit Design Department

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Sanjay Mondal

Lab Technician, Textile & Knit Design Department

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Vishal Chitara

Lab Technician, Textile & Knit Design Department

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Jitendra Suthar

Workshop Assistant

Higher Secondary

Bulu Ghanta

Workshop Assistant, Textile & Knit Design Department

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Prakash Chauhan

Workshop Assistant

Secondary with Technical Expertise

Rahul Nai

Workshop Assistant

ITI Welding and Trained in NID

Ramesh Sharma

Workshop Assistant

ITI and trained in NID

Ganpat Thakor

Workshop Assistant

ITI and Higher Secondary

Note: All Faculty names are in alphabetic chronology and not as per seniority

Advisory Council of Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID)

Sanjoy Roy

Advisor

Managing Director, Teamwork Arts

Anuj Prasad

Advisor

Founder & CEO, Desmania Design Pvt Ltd

Narendra Kumar

Advisor

Creative Director, Amazon

Unitedworld-Wide office focuses on enhancing UID’s global presence by placing a high priority to provide opportunities for students & faculty to gain international exposure through various platforms like int’l conferences, seminars, summer schools, global study trips, exhibitions etc

UID has designed a well structured curriculum for each course to foster unique creativity and vision. Our programme and courses are carefully designed to make a real difference to the student learning experience.

The structure of the programme aims to create a fine balance between theoretical and practical education. The programme focuses on the basics of the field of design while stressing on the possibilities to practice specific skills and knowledge related to specific courses.  The programme takes you through a facet of creative skills required to excel in your chosen field. During the course, students will be guided and mentored by experts while being given the opportunity to interact with industry professionals. The learning outcomes are assessed at the end of each semester to ensure that students have a firm understanding of the latest concepts before moving on to emerging trends.

Each course creates a dynamic environment , which builds the self confidence of the students along with a foundation of creative and technical skills.

The learning model at UID is incubated to create and adapt to an appropriate environment of learning that facilitates our students with new experiences. We make sure our learning model engages the learner into new dimensions of work. This model provides an environment for interactive student engagement and enhances the system thinking ability.

At UID, we believe that the experiential knowledge gained while developing and implementing this unique learning model is transferable to other disciplines as well.

UID organises a number of workshops on a regular basis to help students connect with and expand their creativity. The workshops introduce students to the concepts of design and provide a strong grounding and encourage personal and artistic growth through innovative self-expression. All the classrooms are equipped with unique modern facilities and state-of-the-art equipment that provide an extensive experience in art and design. The workshops offer insights into topical themes in the field of design along with practical exercises that come with a high level of professionalism.

The workshops offer a hands-on experience of working in the industry and ensure that you can operate as professionals while you are studying. The workshops are committed to encouraging and supporting students in their creative journey.

Unitedworld Institute of Design provides world class facilities at its sprawling campus. The artistic infrastructure at UID includes technologically advanced design labs, audio visual rooms, libraries and aesthetically designed buildings.

Testimonials

FAQs

B.Des in Product Design programme focuses on designing products, services, and systems from the raw stage to finished stage. The course imparts knowledge on methodologies of procurement and development of a product.
The product design course emphasises on the broad exploration of design practice. It allows aspiring designers to develop their critical, managerial, and technical skills. The course focuses on process-driven design while - from conception to implementation.
B.Des in industrial design deals with services, products, and systems addressing form, function, usability, aesthetics, sustainability, and technologies. Aspirants explore problem-solving and creative thinking processes to bring value to communities and companies.
Yes, product design is an excellent career choice. Day by day, the demand for product designers is increasing. With the appropriate skill set and dedication, product designers can get lucrative job opportunities with handsome salaries.
When it comes to product design, there are different types like system design, process design, and interface design. The areas of mastery are simple product design, technically complex products, UI/UX, design for social impact, and design for sustainability.
For undergraduate program in Product Design at UID, students shall pass 10+2 from a recognised board in any stream with a minimum 50% aggregate marks. Aspirants should clear the Design Aptitude Test (Tier 1 & 2).
Students are required to have a high degree of technical proficiency balanced with creativity and hands-on approach, commercial awareness, computer literacy including 3-D conceptual ability, visual and spatial awareness, and knowledge of industrial techniques, standards, and processes.
At UID, the course curriculum for product designing focuses on consumer goods with an emphasis on the design of form and styling, user-centred design, holistic product development, and value engineering.
After completing the product design course, students may join as Interaction/ UX designers or can contribute as retail/exhibition experience designers. They can work as Design/ UX researchers.
The salary package of a Product Designer varies from company to company. Many companies offer handsome salaries depending on the designer’s performance and experience. It is a good career option that gives you a host of opportunities with good packages.
To be a product designer, the candidate must have a B.Des degree. At UID, we offer a well structured B.Des Product Design programme that enables students to design products and services that make life easier.
The core subjects include design & cultural studies, communication skills, drawing, basic design, material exploration, model making, form space and structure, typography, interaction design, and model making.
A product designer plays a major role in the stages of product development. They are in charge of a product creation process - from conception to implementation. They are responsible for discovering a problem and designing the solution empathically.
https://karnavatiuniversity.edu.in/uid/b-design-automobile-transportation-design/ The transportation design program aims at providing interdisciplinary and progressive knowledge of vehicle design that includes non-motorised transportation forms like bicycles. Whereas, automotive design deals with the design of automobiles like motor vehicles, trucks, cars, and buses.
Yes, aspirants will be eligible for an M.Des in transportation and automobile designing after a B.Des in product design from UID.
Admission into B.Des in Transportation and Automobile Designing in UID requires successful completion of 10+2 with minimum 50% aggregate marks from any recognised higher secondary school board. Students need to clear the Design Aptitude Test (DAT) for admission.
At UID, we don’t offer M.Des in Transportation & Automobile design. However, our B.Des course that focuses on all pertinent aspects of automobile design. The career prospects are quite promising and the placement package depends on the company, location, and experience.
For admission into B.Des in transportation design in UID, students are required to complete 10+2, in any stream, with a minimum 50% from any recognised higher secondary school board. They shall clear the Design Aptitude Test (Tier 1 & 2) for admission.
After completion of Automobile & Transportation Design course, students can work in independent equipment manufacturing companies, automotive studios and transportation system design firms. Some of the top job profiles are automobile designer, quality engineer, and automotive sales engineer.
For pursuing B Des Automobile & Transportation design at UID, a candidate must complete 10+2 successfully with a minimum aggregate of 50% from any recognised higher secondary school board. Clearance and merit of Design Aptitude Test (DAT) for admission is a must.
The Automobile & Transportation design course focuses on getting exposure to the nuances of styling and concept design. The core subjects include advanced automotive sketching, computer-aided surfacing, clay modelling, sketching, surfacing modelling, prototype techniques, and CMF.
The salary of an automobile designer depends on the city, experience of the aspirant, skill set, and company. It is a good career option and aspirants with the degree get good opportunities in top-ranked firms with great salary packages.
B.Des in Interaction Design focuses on designing interactive digital products, systems, services, and environments. At UID, our B.Des programme is ideal for students who wish to create physical products using new media and emerging technologies and explore how the users might interact with the products.
Interaction design is an excellent career option and there is an enormous demand for the aspirants. The scope is never-ending. UI/UX, mobile applications, communication design, web design, human-robotics interaction, and VR/MR/AR are a few areas where their creative career can flourish.
The different types of Interaction Design are words, visual representations, physical objects or space, time, and behaviour. These types of interactions help understand what interaction design involves.
Admission into the B.Des Interaction design programme requires successful completion of 10+2 with minimum 50% from any recognised higher secondary school board. Students are required to clear the Design Aptitude Test for admission into UID.
Aspirants should have good UX research, wireframing, coding, and analytical skills. Good communication skills are also needed to convey product ideas, explain their ideas, and work with team members.
At UID, the course curriculum comprises usability design, human-computer interaction, user interfaces, human-robot interaction, mobile applications, testing, computing and ergonomics. Students get to specialise in Communication Design or Industrial Design.
After completing Interaction Design course, students will have several opportunities in fields like VR/MR/AR, UI/UX, installation, storytelling, culture, product design, playful experiences, education, wearables, web design, mobile applications, communication design, and human-robot interaction.
The salary package of an Interaction designer depends on many factors like location, the experience of the candidate, company, and academic performance. It is an excellent career option with lucrative opportunities and handsome salaries.
An undergraduate degree in interaction design can help you become an interaction designer. At UID, we offer a full-time four-year B.Des Interaction Design course with emphasis on development of requisite skills and understanding the design process.
At UID, the core subjects for the interaction design course comprise human-computer interaction, information architecture, usability design, user interfaces, computing, testing, ethnography, mobile applications and ergonomics.
The basic duties of an interaction designer are, assisting with the product design process, development of strategies, determining consumer goals, defining product interactions to achieve the goals, and compiling technical, business, and user requirements to product information creation.
At UID, the M.Des course is a four-semester programme that is focused on streams like Design for Sustainability of Socio-Economic and Natural Environments, HCI design, and design management.
In all these degree programmes, the field of study is somewhat similar. MA focuses more on artistic skills, MSc focuses on technical aspects of equipment or product, and M.Des focuses on problem-solving skills, innovative skills and design methods.
M.Des Industrial design offers aspirants with excellent opportunities. They can work as a UX/Design researcher or join as an Interaction/UX designer or as Retail experience designer. Product innovator, CMF designer, product manager, and accessory designer are some other career options.
After completion of a Master of Design, one can expect a good salary package with great opportunities. The career prospects are exceptional, however, the salary mostly depends on experience, brand, company, location, and performance of the candidate.
At UID, admission into a postgraduate program requires successful completion of 10+2 and Bachelor’s degree (pass/appearing) in any discipline with a minimum 50% aggregate marks from any recognised institution/university. Students shall clear the Design Aptitude Test (Tier 1 & 2) for admission.
Students who have completed 10+2 and Bachelor’s degree (pass/appearing) in any discipline with a minimum 50% aggregate score from any recognised institution/university are eligible to apply. They shall clear the Design Aptitude Test (Tier 1 & 2) for admission.
Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID), Karnavati University, Gandhinagar is one of the top institutes that offer M.Des Industrial Design programme. The course emphasises on all aspects of industrial design right from conception to implementation.
B.Des (Graphic Design) is a bachelor degree programme that course introduces students to the industry of design through critical thinking, visual narratives, and design process. Aspirants are encouraged to articulate their ideas, think creatively, conduct research, and evaluate the process.
For B.Des (Graphic Design), students are required to complete 10+2 (pass/appearing) with a minimum 50% from any recognised higher secondary school board. Clearance of Design Aptitude Test (Tier 1 & 2) is a must for admission.
At Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID), students shall clear the Design Aptitude Test/ DAT (Tier 1 & 2) for admission. Based on their academic score and entrance exam score, students will be shortlisted for the course.
The admission process of B.Des (Graphic Design) at UID is smooth. Students shall complete 10+2 (any stream) with minimum 50% aggregate marks from a recognised higher secondary school board. They must clear the Design Aptitude Test (Tier 1 & 2) for getting admission.
The B.Des (Graphic Design) course offers aspirants exciting career opportunities in fields of advertising, graphic design, web design, and print & publishing fields. Other design domains include UX/UI, brand management, digital marketing, exhibition design, and entrepreneurship.
Graphic designers design web pages, brochures, logos, signs, books, magazine covers, advertisements, and other communication materials.
Day by day, the demand for graphic designers is increasing. It is an excellent career option with lucrative opportunities and handsome salaries. Graphic designers work in fields like advertising, print & publishing, multimedia design, web design, and exhibition design.
The graphic designing course prepares aspirants for excellent careers in the fields of advertising, graphic design, publishing & print, multimedia design, web design, UX/UI, digital marketing, exhibition design, and brand management.
To become a good graphic designer, you need to understand the basics of design. You don’t have to be an expert in drawing but you need to have an eye for detail to create an emotional connection with your audience. To brush up on your drawing skills, you can always use technology.
Pursuing a formal degree can be helpful. There are a few things that you will learn only by getting a formal education and understanding of the subject and the technical tools. A process-driven curriculum will help you gain knowledge in the field of graphic design.
The B.Des in animation is a course that gives students knowledge in techniques of animation through design thinking and experiential learning. This four-year programme enables students to think out of the box, express their ideas, and evaluate the process critically.
A career in animation is one of the most sought-after and lucrative careers in recent times. The attractive salary packages, and the opportunities it offers make this exciting career the right choice for the students.
There are different types of animation, four of them are 2D animation, 3D animation, motion graphics, and stop motion animation. Animation enables students to think out of the box and tell stories in unique ways.
The B.Des animation course at UID is four years. The full-time course comprises eight semesters with core subjects like drawing, design & cultural studies, acting for animation, illustration, character design & style treatment, research methodology, and animation production & entrepreneurship.
The salary of an animator in India varies from company to company. It depends on the city, hands-on experience, and performance of the candidates. It is an excellent career option with lucrative opportunities in top-ranked companies.
Although they use the same software programmes like After Effects and Photoshop, there is a subtle difference in their roles. Animators generally work on illustrations like the storyboard and characters while motion graphic designers work on the setting.
There are different types of motion graphics. Some of them are product marketing, explainer video, logos, icons, UI animations, short films, titles (TV and movies), presentations, gifs, broadcasting graphics, and infographics.
To become a successful motion designer, graphic design, understanding of animation, and 3D design skills. You can pursue the course from UID as their curriculum is a perfect amalgamation of theory and practice.
A visual design course helps students to create innovative solutions to meet the visual design needs of society. It enables students to become problem solvers and create effective design solutions. At UID, we offer M.Des. Visual Experiential Design course that challenges students to think creatively.
At UID, the M.Des. programme of Visual Experiential Design is structured around producing creative solutions and articulating ideas. The well-structured course curriculum allows students to learn, think conceptually, and create innovative design solutions.
No, visual communication is not the same as graphic design. Visual communication is comprehensive and broad, whereas graphic design is narrowed down and more focused. It is a subset of visual communication.
Visual design aims at creating viable design solutions. It improves the aesthetic appeal, and enhances the usability of a product with a suitable layout, colour, images, and typography.
Visual designers create viable design solutions to meet the visual design needs of society. They think conceptually, express their ideas, conduct research, and evaluate the design process critically. They create designs for various platforms including intranet and internet sites, movies, and wearables.
Yes, visual communication is a good option with excellent career prospects in the fields of web design, print & publishing, advertising and multimedia design. The course opens up job opportunities in upcoming design domains like digital marketing, exhibition design, UX/UI, and brand management.
Visual designing is a rewarding career option with lucrative opportunities. The salary package depends on the location, company, and hands-on experience of the aspirants. They get to work at top-ranked firms at higher positions.
The major difference between a visual and graphic designer is their goals. Graphic designers aim at communicating a specific message to the audience. Visual designers craft a unified image for brands across social and digital media platforms.
Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID), Karnavati University is among the top colleges in India that offers a well-structured M.Des Visual Experiential Design course. With its hands-on creative learning and state-of-art labs, the college aims at offering unmatched learning facilities to the students.
Studying visual communication will open doors to exciting opportunities. It is an emerging course with very good scope in India and abroad. An aspirant can go on to work in the fields of web design, digital marketing, advertising, multimedia design, graphic design, print, and UX/UI domains.
The fashion design course focuses on holistic learning and understanding the basic nuances of design to create fashion. The course aims at enabling budding designers to discover and explore their individualistic aesthetic philosophy. At UID, we offer B.Des in Fashion Design.
To become a fashion designer, one should pursue a bachelor’s degree in fashion design. At UID, we offer B.Des in Fashion Design that is aimed at enabling the aspirants to discover their individualism and aesthetic philosophy. It helps students improve their critical thinking, design application and technical skills.
The core subjects for the B.Des Fashion Design course at UID include design & cultural studies, drawing and illustration, basic and advanced design studies, fashion material exploration, communication skills, industry of fashion, and fashion issues & research context.
A fashion designer can work with a garment manufacturing company or with another fashion designer or launch own clothing line. The salary of a fashion designer depends on the location, experience of the candidate, performance, and company. If a candidate works individually, he/she will get paid on the basis of his/her skill set.
At UID, we don’t offer diploma in Fashion Design course. Our UG and PG courses in Fashion Design enables students to understand the basic nuances of design to create fashion. The courses are ideal for those who wish to become a fashion designer.
At UID, the duration of B.Des Fashion Design course is four years. The full-time 4 years degree programme comprises eight semesters that help students improve their design application and technical skills.
The lifestyle and accessory design course is aimed at helping students create and visualize lifestyle accessories like jewellery, scarves, watches, belts, footwear, eyewear, bags, and head accessories. It also includes home decor products varying from lighting to crockery.
At UID, the core subjects of B.Des Lifestyle Accessory Design include design & cultural studies, drawing, photoshop, solid geometry, material exploration, communication skills, history of accessories, typography, ergonomics, brand studies, packaging design, and design collection.
An accessory designer has great career opportunities as the field is emerging. The salary package is quite good and the demand for accessory designers is increasing day by day. The salary mostly depends on the location, company, and hands-on experience of the aspirant.
At UID, we offer B.Des Lifestyle Accessory Design course and not diploma in accessory design. It is ideal for those who have a knack for creating lifestyle accessories, home decor products, cutlery, and crockery.
The duration of B.Des Lifestyle Accessory Design course at UID is four years. It is a full-time degree programme that comprises eight semesters. The areas of mastery are home decor, ceramics, jewellery design, and leather.
The lifestyle and fashion styling course is aimed at developing a profound understanding of the fashion and beauty industries. At UID, we offer M.Des in Fashion Styling & Communication programme that encompasses creative direction and fashion styling in a broader context.
The core subjects of M.Des Fashion Styling & Communication programme at UID include design basics, principles of media & styling, art and style appreciation, image culture and communication, design lab & studio, fashion journalism, contemporary fashion trends, and art direction.
A fashion stylist can work with a magazine to create looks for editorial content or assisting on major fashion shoots. He or she can also work with celebrities. The initial salary of the fashion stylish depends upon where he or she works.
At UID, we do not offer diploma in accessory fashion styling. We offer UG and PG courses. Our M.Design Fashion Styling & Communication is an ideal course for students from different academic backgrounds who are looking to build their career in fashion styling.
At UID, the duration of M.Des Fashion Styling & Communication is 2 years comprising 4 semesters. You need to be a graduate with minimum 50% aggregate marks in any discipline from any recognised university.
Fashion design is an art form that is dedicated to the creation of clothing and other accessories. A fashion design course imparts knowledge of fabrics, design, illustration, costume history, draping, and garment construction. At UID, we offer UG and PG courses in fashion design.
The core subjects of fashion design course at UID are design basics, history of fashion, fundamentals of fashion design, fashion trends research, fashion studio, craft and culture, materials in fashion, entrepreneurship and design business management.
The salary of a fashion designer depends on the location, hands-on experience, performance, skill set, and company. It is an excellent career option with good prospects and handsome salaries. Students can even launch their own clothing brand.
We don’t offer diploma in accessory fashion designing at UID. Our M Des in Fashion Styling & Communication is ideal for students who wish to pursue a career in fashion styling. Graduate students with 50% marks from any discipline can apply for the course.
At UID, the duration of UG and PG courses in fashion designing is four years and two years respectively. Admission into the UG course requires completion of minimum 10+2 with minimum 50% (any stream). For PG course, students shall complete Bachelor’s degree with minimum 50%. Clearance of design aptitude test is mandatory.
Knitwear designing is a course that emphasises on creative techniques of knitting, yarn making, stitching, pattern making, and knitting machinery. Our M.Des Textile & Knitwear Design course at UID enables budding designers to create sportswear, lingerie, intimate wear, and couture and corsetry.
Textile designing involves creating fabrics, printed fabrics, yarns, fibres, dyeing, embroidery and design development. At UID, we offer an M.Des Textile & Knitwear Design course. The course prepares students to innovate, create, and experiment with fabric.
The difference between knitted and woven is the way they are made. Knitting involves interlacing/interloping a single thread/yarn. Woven fabrics are produced using longitudinal yarns, warps, and latitudinal yarns. Students can get to learn these techniques during their M.Des Textile & Knitwear design course at UID.
The types of textile design can be classified into three major categories ---- printed textile design, mixed media textile design, and woven textile design. At UID, students get to develop an in-depth understanding of these textiles and their use as part of their M.Des Textile & Knitwear design course.
Aspirants need to have a basic knowledge of colour, pattern, and texture to become a textile designer. They should possess creativity and artistic sensibility with good drawing skills. Adequate knowledge of various characteristics and techniques of textile materials will enhance their ability to work in teams.
At UID, the B.Design Interior & Furniture Design course empowers students to create meaningful interior products and imaginative spaces that meet the needs of modern life. Aspirants get to explore projects of different industries like residential, hospitality, retail and commercial environments.
Interior designers create ergonomic and thoughtful designs to make indoor spaces functional, beautiful, and safe. The responsibility of an interior designer is to understand client requirements and enhance the interior decor of a building while making it look aesthetically pleasing.
Aspirants should have an eye for detail and creativity. They should be able to identify the recent trends in the industry of interior design and have knowledge of sustainable practices. Sketching abilities, superior communication skills, and computer knowledge are a must.
The core subjects of B.Des Interior & Furniture Design at UID comprise design & cultural studies, communication skills, drawing, basic design, new age media, form & space, interior styling, textiles in interiors, simple furniture design, UI & UX, parametric design, and design research.
It depends on several factors like hands-on experience of the aspirant, performance, location of the job, and skill set. It varies from company to company. Many candidates prefer opening their own interior design firm or work as freelancers. It is a rewarding career option with good salary packages.
We do not offer diploma in accessory interior designing. We offer UG and PG courses in Interior & Furniture Design. Those who are looking to build their career in Interior & Furniture Design can pursue a UG or PG degree in the course. Students from any discipline can opt for the programme.
The duration of UG and PG courses in UID's Interior & Furniture Design is four years and two years respectively. The UG course requires completion of minimum 10+2 with minimum 50% score. For PG course, candidates should be a graduate with a minimum of 50%. Clearance of Design Aptitude Test is must.
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